CARRIAGEWORKS & NAISDA PRESENT
Kamu is the Kala Lagaw Ya word meaning Mangrove flower. Like children, mangrove seeds stay attached to their parent, growing until they are ready to detach and make their salt-water journey onwards. NAISDA’s 2015 graduating season KAMU, directed by renowned choreographer Frances Rings, epitomizes the continued cultivation of cultural values inherent to our foundation and our conscious responsibility towards the health of our land and seas.
‘A CELEBRATION OF INDIGENOUS IDENTITY, YOUTHFUL ENDEAVOUR AND ACHIEVEMENT.’ SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
25 - 28 NOV 2015
25 – 28 NOV 8PM
28 NOV 2PM
TICKETS $10 – $35
Buy tickets to both NAISDA’s Kamu and Bangarra’s Ochres for $70. Offer limited to bookings via phone and outlet.